Is this an eating disorder?anorexia?

I can't stand my weight, I have a really big fear of being fat! I always look in the morror and see fat people say I'm skinny but I'm not, not to me I'm not. I did have a few weeks of eating normal but doing exercise and hating myself for it, but before that I would diet a lot and now I have had barely anything, keeping it really low about under 500 calories, I had a not even dinner yesterday is was something a one year old would have not even that it was so small, I struggled to eat my tea then hours later my stomach wanted it it was making loud noises but I didn't however I did eat it because I had no energy. I did a lot of tea rather thant eating but now I have no energy to do anything, I even wake up with no energy, but I can't sleep at night and I go in a mood over the smallest things. The thought of food going in me thinks I'm going to put on weight that second and if I eT loads that day that I've put on 10 pounds straight after, I'm dreading Easter with all the chocolate:( I'm 16 female, 5'2 and 100 pounds.
megpiper98
Asked Mar 14, 2015
You could read the book 'Don't lose your mind lose your weight' by Rujuta Diwekar. It is really good and helpful.

Also, one proven method for losing weight is aerobics. You could join a class or watch a DVD at home. Do it everyday for an hour. You will see the difference.

And not eating won't make you slim. And if you don't eat you would probably suffer from deficiencies and diseases. So never skip your meals at least. And eat something (like a slice of cheese, or a handful or nuts) every 2 hours. This way your body won't store fats.

Try to love yourself for who you are, not how you look. Physical appearances don't matter much, in reality.
You are who you are. So just accept it. Don't be so hard on yourself. Do what makes you happy and healthy.
Life is for living not stressing.
Jane16
Answered Mar 15, 2015

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